Working With Purpose Recipes

  • What Makes Market of Choice Stand Out?

    Some may not see the difference immediately, but we hope it comes into focus quickly and resonates strongly. As a 100% Oregon family-owned business, we work hard every day to remain focused on serving our communities.

  • McKenzie River Trust protects Oregon’s watersheds

    All of Eugene’s water comes from the McKenzie River, which merges with the Willamette and provides water to Willamette Valley farmers, ranchers and makers as well as providing critical salmon habitat.

  • Donations to Eugene’s Burrito Brigade help to combat food insecurity

    Market of Choice makes a concerted effort to distribute food to local agencies that need it the most to help fight community hunger. Burrito Brigade in Eugene is one of the many nonprofits, including FOOD For Lane County, that benefits from this intentional giving.

  • Market of Choice Dream

    Inspired by the life, passion and dream of surfer Philippe Chagas, Market of Choice CEO Rick Wright launched Dream in January 2022. Market of Choice Dream lifts up those who aspire to reach pinnacles in sports, the arts, and the culinary world, through sponsorship.

  • Market of Choice celebrates 42 years of sharing success

    Rick Wright, CEO of Market of Choice, says the business has been successful since his family started it more than 42 years ago by building beneficial relationships with food producers and customers.

  • Oregon Entrepreneurs Network

    With the help of Oregon Entrepreneurs Network, food and beverage entrepreneurs in Oregon and southwest Washington are learning how to start up and scale up their businesses.

  • New Online Vendor Guide aims to support local makers

    As part of our ongoing efforts to offer customers more local choices, we’re working with purpose to make it even easier to onboard new Oregon food and beverage makers.

  • Battling hunger: MOC food donations support ACCESS distribution network

    Our Market of Choice stores in Ashland and Medford recently began to donate food to ACCESS, a nonprofit that distributes food to 22 emergency food pantries in southern Oregon’s Jackson County.

  • Food Donations Build Corvallis Community Connections

    Six days a week at our Corvallis Market of Choice, our teammates gather up foods throughout the store to be donated to Linn Benton Food Share to be given to community members in need.